Meet The Man In The Hat
At 11 years old, Brett Voss knew exactly what he wanted to be when he grew up. Introduced to the Dallas Cowboys by his father as a toddler during the days of “Dandy” Don Meredith and company, Brett suffered through the disappointments of coming oh-so close in the 1960s, but always ending up next year’s team. So when Roger “The Dodger” Staubach arrived and finally led his beloved Cowboys to their first Super Bowl championship in 1971, Brett dreamed of one day wearing the silver and blue.
But then, a family friend sent Brett a copy of the Dallas Morning News covering the Cowboy Super Bowl win. While reading Bob St John’s account of the game, Brett thought to himself, “Someone actually gets paid to do this as a job?”
With over 38 years of experience as a professional newspaper sports writer and columnist that includes a stint at the Dallas Morning News, Brett’s numerous awards include the Texas Press Association’s prestigious Fred Hartman Award for Excellence in Sports Writing presented in 2017.
But Brett also has an extensive history in broadcasting as a reporter, color commentator, writer and producer. And to this day, there is nothing Brett enjoys more than moving up and down the sidelines of a high school football game with a camcorder in his hands.